“And we will take action based on our findings, including referring for prosecution, if needed,” agency officials said in a statement emailed to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Despite the Bureau of Prisons’ insistence that it has clamped down on inmates to keep banned items out of the low-security prison, booze, drugs and cellphones continue to flow into the camp. A new video and photos provided to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution by an inmate showed drinks flowing and music blaring during a New Year’s Eve party inside the facility.
In the Facebook Live, Fletcher ate snacks, took sips from a can of Pepsi and bragged about being involved in multiple shootings.
Fletcher told viewers he “run(s) Akron,” but plans to stay in Atlanta and become a rapper. He is scheduled to be released May 16.
Fletcher said he plans to rap about Anthony “Champy” Smart, the man who took responsibility for Smith’s death.
Smith’s mother told the Beacon Journal she wants her son’s murder revisited after Fletcher’s claims.